Bisono, a former member of the Partido Reformista Social Cristiano (PRSC), answers the question of where the money went in two words: bureaucracy and clientelism.
What does PRSC stand for?
PRSC stands for Partido Reformista Social Cristiano (Spanish: Social Christian Reformist Party)
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We have 64 other meanings of PRSC in our Acronym Attic
- Pre-Release Substance Abuse Program (Texas Department of Criminal Justice; Austin, TX)
- Payette River Scenic Byway (Idaho)
- Petra Resources, Sdn. Bhd. (est. 1988; Malaysia)
- Piper Road Spring Band (Whitewater, WI)
- Proceedings of the Royal Society B (scientific journal; UK)
- Professional Regulatory and Statutory Body (UK)
- Progenix Research Sdn. Bhd. (Penang, Malaysia)
- Pseudo Random Bit Stream
- Pure Red Sable Brushes (manicuring)
- PACAF (Pacific Air Forces) Regional Support Center (US Air Force)
- Pine Rivers Shire Council (Australian Society of Archivists, Inc; Strathpine, Queensland, Australia)
- Post-Removal Site Control
- Poverty Reduction Sector Credit
- Program Resources Steering Council
- Progress Rail Services Corp. (Caterpillar subsidiary)
- Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services Coordinator
- Pacific Regional Science Conference Organization
- Philadelphia Reserve Supply Company (Croydon, PA)
- Partido Radical Social Democrata (Radical Social Democratic Party, Chile)
- Peace River School Division (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Although the essay is vague about Bosch's 1973 split from the Partido Revolucionario Dominicano (PRD) and silent on Bosch's role in the 1996 political arrangement between Bosch's Partido de la Liberacion Dominicana (PLD) and Joaquin Balaguer's Partido Reformista Social Cristiano (PRSC), the essay is a valuable asset to the book.
Security analysts say the US government is requesting the extradition of 70 Dominican citizens, including high-ranking members of the armed forces and the police, retired army officers as well as bankers and former government officials from the Partido de la Liberacion Dominicana (PLD), the Partido Revolucionario Dominicano (PRD), and the Partido Reformista Social Cristiano (PRSC), along with several businesspeople.